National Crime Victims' Rights Week (April 8-14)

Join the Lone Tree Police Department April 8- April 14th to recognize National Crime Victims' Rights Week. The aim is to raise awareness of victims’ rights and services and to honor victims and the professionals who serve them.  This year’s theme is Expand the Circle: Reach All Victims emphasizing the importance of inclusion in victim services.  The theme addresses how the crime victim’s field can better ensure that every crime victim has access to services and support and how professionals, organizations and communities can work in tandem to reach all victims.  

Victim Services In Lone Tree

The Lone Tree Police Department is dedicated to providing the highest quality of services available to victims of crime and tragedy. The Victim Services Unit, which partners with the Parker Police Department is available 24 hours, 7 days a week, and provides direct services to victims, their families or designees. Victim Services ensures that all reasonable efforts are made to inform victims of their rights, appropriate support services, information and advocacy. These services include but are not limited to, crisis intervention services, follow-up contact, criminal justice support and advocacy and referrals and information for assistance provided by other sources.

If you are interested in volunteering and advocating for victims and others impacted by critical incidents in the Lone Tree community, please call the Lone Tree Police Department Victim Services at 720-509-1140.

Recognizing Our Volunteers

The Lone Tree Police Department would like to take this opportunity to thank the volunteer advocates that selflessly donate their time to serve victims in the Lone Tree community.  Volunteering as an advocate is not a typical volunteer position.  The volunteers are on-call 4-5 times a month, attend monthly meeting and trainings all while living their own busy lives. 

We are grateful for you and want to thank you for your commitment to victims and those impacted by critical incidents.

Act as if what you do matters.  It does. --William James